Hey all, I'm struggling to keep my plants happy. My plants have been healthy and vegging for 3 weeks at constant 75F / 24C under 40W CFL, then I had to move them to my backyard shed where I installed a steel cabinet which I'm using as tent. Right after the change, the plants immediatly started to look droppy, 3 days now and no signs of recovery, stopped growing. Temperatures fluctuate between 59F / 15C and 70F / 21C, most of time temps stay in the 62F/64F range. I turn on the lights during the night and turn off during the warmer part of the day, respecting the 18h cycle. This way temperatures never drop too much. At first I thought they were receiving too much light as the lights could be too close, after a few adjustments I didn't see any recovery signs. The possibility of overwater and underwater is excluded, I have done enough grows to know how to properly water my plants. This led me to think that the problem is related to temperatures only. Yeah, I know MJ grows best in the 70s up to 80, but I was not expecting this drastic reaction. Will my plants get used to low temperatures and recover? They will grow slower at lower temps, but they are not supposed to die with this temps! Side by side with this 2 plants I have an auto strain doing great, she had been exposed to lower temps since germination so she might got used to. It would be really frustrating if I had to use and oil heater inside the space. At first I pay premium for high efficient lights that produce more light output than heat, and then I'm going to pay for a heater plus the electrical bill? Nah... Anyone experienced growing at this lower temps?